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Dog Areas in Cold Spring Harbor

2 Parks
4 Eateries

When you’re in Cold Spring Harbor, finding great things to do with your dog is always easy! This beautiful bayside town has two parks that welcome dogs, and it’s only a short drive from many other dog-friendly parks, shops, and restaurants. While there are no veterinary clinics in Cold Spring Harbor, there are many good options in its neighboring town of Huntington.

If you’re searching for a furrific place to take your dog for an on-leash hike, check out Sagamore Hill National Historic Site. Located five miles from Cold Spring Harbor, this historic site is home to Theodore Roosevelt’s summer house, and it has over 80 acres of grounds you can explore with your dog. On the grounds, you’ll find a beautiful forest, and you’ll also see salt marshes and meadows. Plus, there’s a beach where you and your dog can splash around in the water. Bring water and doggy bags, and have a fun time hiking here.

Sands Point Preserve is another great place to take your dog for an on-leash hike. This stunning 216-acre preserve has six marked trails you can walk on with your pup. These trails take you through a forest, past meadows, and to scenic overlooks where you’ll get views of the Long Island Sound. You and your dog will always have a good time here and in the many other dog-friendly attractions in and around Cold Spring Harbor!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cold Spring Harbor

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    Population Density 1,187/sq mi

    #1 Cold Spring Harbor State Park

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    If you’re looking for a beautiful place to spend the day hiking with your dog, head to Cold Spring Harbor State Park. This 40-acre park allows dogs on-leash, and it’s home to one major trail, the 1.14-mile Greenbelt Trail. This trail takes you through hardwood forest and over hills where you’ll get scenic views of Cold Spring Harbor. Bring some doggy bags and water, and have fun hiking here! If you’re hungry after your hike, head to The Gourmet Whaler, a casual restaurant that serves breakfast and lunch. Sit at one of their three pet-friendly outdoor tables, and dine on omelets, sandwiches, fish tacos, burgers, and more.

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    Population Density 978/sq mi

    #2 West Bay Shore

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    Located 26 miles from Cold Spring Harbor, West Bay Shore is a mostly residential area with lots to offer its furry residents. One of the most popular places to go with dogs in this neighborhood is Gardiner County Park. This park has a beautiful beach where you can take your pup for on-leash walks. You and your pup also go swims for together, or you can simply relax and enjoy views of the water. Doggy bags and water fountains are available in the park—just be sure to bring your dog’s water bowl with you. Your pup will love spending the day here!

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    Population Density 2,270/sq mi

    #3 Heckscher Park Gardens

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    Heckscher Park Gardens is home to Village Green Park, a furrific park that welcomes dogs on-leash. This historic park is just three miles from Cold Spring Harbor, and it has a 0.4-mile walking path. This path takes you through a picturesque wooded area, and it also takes you over a peaceful stream. If you want to get your dog a special treat after the park, head over to FETCH. This pet boutique sells a variety of natural treats your dog is sure to love, and they also have fun toys for your pup. Your dog will have a great time shopping at this store!

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    Population Density 5,382/sq mi

    #4 East Pine Street

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    When you’re in this Massapequa neighborhood, you won’t want to miss the Town of Oyster Bay Dog Park. This off-leash area is about 20 miles from Cold Spring Harbor, and it has two fenced sections: one for large dogs and one for small dogs. Both areas have wood chip surfaces, and they have tons of space for dogs to run and play. If you or your pup get thirsty, human and doggy water fountains are available. If you want to get a bite to eat after the park, head to Mercato Kitchen. This restaurant welcomes dogs at their outdoor tables, and they serve Italian dishes with a modern twist.

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    Population Density 3,548/sq mi

    #5 South Wantagh

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    South Wantagh is home to a pawesome park called Wantagh Park. Located about 18 miles from Cold Spring Harbor, this park has an off-leash dog run with separate areas for large and small dogs to play in. There’s no water available in the park, so it’s a good idea to bring some with you. Wantagh Park also has a paved pathway where you can take your dog for on-leash strolls. This pathway circles the park, and it offers great views of Flat Creek. You and your pup will both have a fun time spending the day in this park!

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